WHICH 2020 TITLEIST IRON IS RIGHT FOR YOUR GAME?Jun 17, 2021
hello everyone and welcome to this video where i will talk about the different ion available from
2020and since there are now seven different models to choose from it can be hard to know where to start but i will try to guide you to the best model for
gameby talking about the specs, different looks and performance of each of the models to really help you narrow down
yoursearch so you can choose the best Titleist
2020so let's dive into each of the isles, starting with the t400 so the first
ironwe'll talk about is the
titleistt400 and this is the biggest iron in the titleist family for 2020. and as a result we would say it's geared towards the higher handicap players so the 28 and under should really consider an iron like this because it provides the most distance of all the title irons in the range, in part because it has some One of the strongest lofts so t the seven I have here is at 26 degrees making it one of the strongest seven eye lofts on the market but as a result it doesn't sacrifice launch angle because it has something of tungsten weight here
whichreally helps reduce the cg to get the ball up in the air there are also some lightweight components so a lighter stock shaft helps launch the ball higher too.
We also have this split sole design here, you can see it's quite wide but it's two levels and that helps with turf interaction in terms of hitting, it gives you a little bit more room for error on those slightly heavy contacts, so
whichis a very user-friendly option that offers excellent distance. He was carrying this ball very close to 200 yards, which is exceptional for me. but it's priced higher so it's around 185lbs a club so it's a top distance option but if you're looking for the most help, the most forgiveness and the most distance from the title eist iron in 2020 the titleist t400 is the way to go so the next island in the titleist family for 2020 is the t300 and it features a technology called max impact and you can see it here behind the face and what this essentially does It expands the size of the sweet spot without sacrificing feel and forgiveness, so it still provides very good distance and forgiveness on descents, but it does it in a more traditional way, you can see behind the ball, it's a little more traditional and more compact than the t400 we just talked about, but still very confidence inspiring and definitely gives you an impressive amount of ball speed off the face. it's still designed for distance over things like feed and workability and is priced a lot cheaper than the t400 so if you're looking for an iron that will give you good distance, good forgiveness but maybe not cost as much as the t400 yeah this £125 per club price is a great option for the higher handicapper you know 24 and under I would say I would be gravitating towards an iron like this so if you're looking for that level of performance like this that distance without breaking the bank try the t300 so next we have the titleist t200 now this is essentially a slimmer more compact version of the t300 because it still has that max impact technology behind the face but you can see it just a little more refined in terms of its appearance it's a little more traditional it has less offset it has a slightly lighter finish and there's definitely a thinner topline as well so more eye and i'll say for a p oco lower handicap range maybe 18 to 20 or so you should be looking at an iron like this because it still gives good distance it has a 7 iron loft of 30 degrees so it's still relatively strong but you can definitely notice a change in t the feel of this club from t300 to t200 definitely feels a little softer a little sharper still very powerful and solid but has a slightly different hitting experience than the t300 definitely moves towards that slightly lower handicap but still it's very easy to use it comes in at 160lbs for this club so that's a bit of a jump in price compared to the t300 but i would say there's justification in terms of the improvements in feel definitely one of my favorite titleist irons in reality in 2020 in terms of combination really good feel but also good forgiveness and wide distance so arguably one of the best gen options titleist eras that could appeal to the widest range of players so the next iron in titleist's range is the t100 and this is very reminiscent of the old ap2 iron which I'm sure you'll remember which was popular with a wide range of players, from low handicap amateur players to tour players like jordan's Beef have transitioned to this t100 iron because it offers a little more feel but still doesn't sacrifice forgiveness because you've got some tungsten waiting in the heel and toe here for stabilization the face on those sensor hits, but as you can see it doesn't have the max impact technology so it's more feel oriented and definitely less distance oriented. t200 and t300 are much more about control and consistency than distance but that comes through an element of tolerance and it's the same price as the t200 so it's £160 a club and I really like it the driveability element the titles that have gone into this club is as you can see it's a much more compact profile, steering, minimal offset, hardly any offset there and the profile in terms of the top line has been made much more like the old cb so you can I see it's much more geared towards the better player so I'd say you know anybody with a handicap 12 to 14 down that could go with this if you want to play a compact iron and you're relatively good .
Ball hitter but I'd say it's definitely geared more towards the better player in terms of this t100 so if you like a good slim compact iron with an element of forgiveness but still really really good feel this is definitely it the way forward so next up we have the titleist t100s now this is a new addition to the range for 2020 not an option titleist have previously offered in previous ranges and is essentially designed to bridge the gap between the t200 and the t100 because there's quite a big gap there in terms of loftings through the set so the seven iron of the t200 is down 30 degrees and then it moves up to 34 degrees on the top of the t100 so there was a pretty big gap in carry distance and I definitely noticed testing these irons here at the range today at West Hill you know we're talking a good 10 to 15 yards probably more It's about 20 yards to be honest with you in terms of carry distance between the t200 and the t100 so it's a perfect fit because it's essentially the same kind of look as the t-100 but has two more degrees of loft along. throughout the set, so instead of just strengthening the loft of the t-100 headers, I actually reconfigured and redesigned the head to make sure no turf interaction occurred.
It hasn't been sacrificed so it still gives you that compact look, very good feel and forgiveness with that tungsten weighting, but it just gives you a little more distance if you like the look of the t-100 but maybe want a a little more distance this is a good option to consider maybe you are a really good ball hitter but you just lack that hitting speed you used to have maybe you need to change the loft of your sets to match your wedges or some other clubs in the top end of your bag This is definitely a really good option to consider from titleist because it combines that kind of playability and a compact shape, a really soft solid feel and good turf interaction just with a little more distance in compared to the t-100 so next we have we are moving away from the t series family and moving into this 620 range and there are two models within this range and the first is the iron 620cb that I have here, it's really designed for the better player, so Low individual figures, I'd say in a sort of elite amateur and some Tour pros we'll also use this stick because as you can see it's got a pretty narrow sole, much narrower than T series irons uh minimal offset and very thin top line so not really designed to inspire confidence it's aimed at top ball hitters but where this iron differs from generations previous ones is there's some tungsten waiting here in the three and four iron that's available in the game so on those harder iron shots you get a little bit of extra help on those offset light shots and a little bit of extra assistance as well with launch angle, so while this is an iron it certainly favors things like feel and workability over forgiveness, there is an element of per what's in this iron i hope you agree it's probably one of the best looking irons in the titleist range and it comes in at £160 per club so the same price as the t100 and t200 so this its the 620 cb redesigned for the better player focusing on feel and workability last but not least its the titleist 620 mb now mv stands for muscleback this is a forged blade truly designed for the better hitters of ball you can see here is not for the faint of heart there is a very very thin top line very narrow soul and no compensation at all it is really designed for low handicaps so I would say two or less golfers the elite amateur tour are really the players who would be gravitating towards an iron like this because there isn't a huge amount of technology to speak of, there's not a lot of forgiveness offered if you hit it heel or toe, p You will lose a significant amount of distance with this club, but if you hit your irons well you regularly find the sweet spot or around the sweet spot you will be able to shape the ball very easily with this club and you will be rewarded with excellent consistency over distance it is not designed for long distance it's obviously a 35 degree lofted blade on the seven iron the same as the cb iron at the 620 range so it won't give you much distance it's designed for players who already have a lot of clubhead speed in their locker and looking to refine that through feel and manageability and shot form so they have it the 620 mb comes in at 160lbs a club same as the cb potentially some options to combine the set with the cbi and maybe in the long irons and muscleback irons in the short irons eh to provide that combination of forgiveness in the long irons and feel and precision in the teeth of the shore that e could be a way to go, especially if you're a low handicapper who's pretty good at hitting the sweet spot for your irons, so I really hope this video has helped narrow down your search in terms of picking the best line in the range. adjusted for 2020 that is the most suitable for your game and your needs.
Hopefully also this graph that appears on your screen now will give you a better visual guide as to where the irons fit in the range in terms of where they offer distance and forgiveness or feel and workability or a combination of the two and it's worth it. worth noting now that titleist you know with the seven different models in their range and the fact that they offer over 50 different shaft options in both steel and graphite it's very important that you go in for a custom fitting session because that's the only how you can maximize performance. Try each of the ions and get the spec that really suits your swing so you can maximize performance and if you go through that process I'm sure you'll really enjoy the performance Titleist irons deliver in 2020 thanks for looking , I hope you enjoyed the video, be sure to hit the like button if you did, but for now, from West Hill Golf Club, I say goodbye, I'll see you next time.
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